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The swastika, the earliest known symbol, and its migrations : with observations on the migration of certain industries in prehistoric times


Published 1896
Topics Swastikas
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Publisher Washington, D.C
Pages 330
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number AIF-8454
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor Robarts - University of Toronto
Collection robarts; toronto

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Reviewer: Quimby the Talentless Mouse - - September 9, 2007
Subject: Interesting
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Reviewer: mr_loophead - - September 6, 2007
Subject: Truth!
I have always had an attraction to the swastika - or symbols associated with, or look like, a swastika. It wasn't until I was older that I learned the history of the symbol which I grew to love more and more.

I'm glad that this publication is here to put truth to the history of a symbol which was bastardized by the Germans during the war. I wear the symbol proudly and offer the truth to anyone that questions why I am a 'nazi' when I wear a tshirt that has a swastika on it. The t-shirt was designed by Manwoman.

Thanks for posting this!

edit: Quimby, [sigh], grow up already.
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